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Jan 20, 2013 5:00am PST
in protest against israel don't come in to clash with that jewish identity. now, this has reverberating effects throughout the entire experience of jews in san francisco, whether we are talking about their involvement in social activities, talking about their experiences with anti-semitism or really and what i'm really interested in and it segues to a lot of the other work we do in the institute is how it impacts jewish identity. how on some level, what is going on is that there is some lack of clarity of what jew under identity really means and who we really are and the void is being filled in many cases by assumptions about jews. so, for example, a jew who is raised as -- in a family that is very much into social justice, that you are parents encourage them to engage in protests, they find all of a sudden that that identity that they believed they had is not accepted by everybody else and they are essentially told, well, no, that part of your jewish identity is not valid here. i personally think it has a lot to do with a lack of forward kind of think
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